With the second Star Wars trailer close to breaking the internet recently, I look at some parallels between the our first glimpse of The Force Awakens and the existing Star Wars universe, particularly the Original Trilogy and the now non-canon Expanded Universe (Legends).
With Tracy Chapman making a comeback to TV this Thursday on the Late Show with David Letterman, I explain what it means to be a fan in 2015 and why we are happy to wait some more.
In a new video which could easily translate into a mini challenge on Ru Paul’s Drag Race, notorious Manchester drag queen Belinda Scandal turns this guy (me) from man to drag in only 7 minutes. In the video, which serves as a British equivalent of the ten minute tramp, Belinda showcases her nerve, uniqueness, charisma and talent that have seen her fend off the competition over the years. Oh, and of course her catch phrase. Shabba!
After all, all monsters are human.
As Anastacia releases her latest album “Resurrection”, let’s have a brief look at the roller-coaster ride that is her career.
Tracy Chapman fans give you twenty reasons to love her.
I have scoured the corners of Westeros and the Interwebs alike to bring you A Game of Clones, the very best in Game of Thrones look a-likes. I’ve added a couple of my own too.
Tracy Chapman is known widely for her hits Fast Car and Give Me One Reason, though fans will know exactly how much of a rounded musician she really is.
Over the years she has released 8 studio album, from the self titled monster debut (Tracy Chapman 1988) through to her most recent, the Grammy nominated set Our Bright Future (2008).
Over the years Tracy has collaborated with numerous artists on the road and on record. Here we count down her best collaborations.
Counting down the top 10 reasons brit award winning, platinum selling soul singer Gabrielle is simply, amazing.